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    29 May, 2018
    In the future you will always be a beginner

    During this year’s Political Festival, there will be several topics discussed including how the digital evolution will influence the future job market. My answer is simple: A LOT.

    Categories: Digital Transformation, Digitization, Disruption

    Disruptive Leader
    19 April 2018
    Are you a disruptive leader

    Currently, many companies are going through a dramatic journey, as the market and its opportunities quickly change in character. It is all about being ready to meet disruption, especially before the competitors. As a leader, you should be able to foresee these drastic changes. But what does disruption exactly require from you as a leader?

    Categories: Leadership, Disruption

    14 March 2018
    The age of the humble leader

    Today, the walls of the corner office have fallen. Along with Millennials entering the labour market, technology has overtaken the exchange of knowledge and admiration has disappeared. This imposes new requirements to the manager including a significant change in leadership style.

    Categories: Leadership, Digitization, Disruption

    12 December 2017
    Just went live with ERP? Keep these 5 points top-of-mind

    If you’ve just gone live with your new ERP system, congratulations! At Columbus, we’ve helped companies reach that milestone many hundreds of times. It’s always different, and it never gets old

    Categories: Disruption

    6 October 2017
    Is your board ready for the digital journey?

    You can very much speak of ”Last Minute” when it comes to getting boards on the digital journey. Most boards have taken the first steps, but only few have gone full-hearted on board.

    Categories: Digital Transformation, Digitization, Disruption

    6 September, 2017
    Have you challenged your Millennials today?

    Today, the most important and wanted employee group is the Millennials – also called generation Y. They are the best educated, most travelled, most digitized, most outgoing and the most ambitious generation ever. But also the hardest to attract and retain.

    Categories: Leadership, Disruption, Digitization

    16 August, 2017
    The recipe for success lies in your customers' digital footsteps

    Understanding your customers better than they understand themselves is the key to success. Insight into the customer’s digital behaviour is increasingly becoming a game changer when it comes to giving customers the unique and personal buying experience.

    Categories: Digital Transformation, Digitization, Disruption

    29 June, 2017
    Change management with the help of Kierkegaard

    When employees show resistance to change in the organization, it is not necessarily due to the change itself, it is rather due to failed communication.

    Categories: Leadership, Disruption, Corporate

    6 June. 2017
    The evolution of integrations from custom projects to cloud solutions

    Today, you can handle integrations in the cloud, where building and maintaining them takes a fraction of the effort that used to be required. Even better, you can repurpose them.

    Categories: Digital Transformation, Digitization, Disruption

    30 May, 2017
    Integrations make a big difference in the productivity of people and processes

    If you are looking for opportunities to improve the productivity of people and processes, the right systems integrations can help. On the other hand, lacking or unmanageable integrations can set you back.

    Categories: Disruption, Corporate, Digital Transformation

    Digital transformation for the long haul
    29 May, 2017
    Disruption. Forget technology. Focus on ambitions and power of action

    Many companies mistakenly believe that disruption is about being on the cutting edge of technology. However, disruption is about ambitions and the power of action.

    Categories: Disruption, Leadership, Corporate

    1 May, 2017
    Great leadership is all about repetition

    Today’s employees are busy and they know where they are heading. They have full speed on their ambitions, skills and self-confidence. It means that they can be difficult to lead – and as a manager, you must fight for their attention and convince them that the company’s strategic journey is important to them.

    Categories: Leadership, Disruption